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Skeleton Key

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Call number: Teen Fiction

Available Copies: Pittsfield Teen

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Reluctant teenage-spy Alex Rider, on a routine mission at the Wimbledon tennis championships, gets caught up in Chinese gangs, illegal nuclear weapons, and the suspect plans of his Russian host, General Sarov.

Community Reviews

green

a high-paced action book

Tech

This has a little tech stuff in it.

skeleton key

Horowitz is at it again putting a new twist involving the... CIA? You just HAVE to read!

Wow

This is a great book, one that you cant to put down. Alex comes through again but the twists and turns in this book are endless. The madman scheme continues and even brings nuclear weapons into the equation which makes it ten times better. Of course the chinese mafia make it better aswell..

Great book, very gripping and fast paced

This is a great book, one that you won't be able to put down. Alex comes through again but the twists and turns in this book are endless. The madman scheme continues and even brings nuclear weapons into the equation. You'll be on the edge of your seat until the very last pages of this book! What a thriller!

Awesome

This is a really fantastic book!

awesome

awesome

Amazing

Simply amazing book. This book once again trails our young teenage spy, Alex Rider, in an effort to escape from the clutches of General Alexei Sarov, who wants to adopt Alex as his own son.

Great Read

Though the cover may look like its scary, I think this is a good book. Alex is captured by a madman who wants him to be his son. This was a great read for me.

love it

amazing

Book

I wish I had bought the book so I could read it when I want to.

skeleton key

I love all the books anthony horowitz writes. This series is very exciting!

alex

I am reading the series and have to say that it is very good, I recommend it especially to avid and reluctant readers!a

Skeleton Key

It's nerve racking wondering what will happen next. Your mom will probably yell at you for keeping you face buried in this book but it's worth it.

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